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A sweet and steamy romance with an alpha police hero and younger curvy woman in lively San Francisco 

A blue-blooded police officer by day, and fun seeker by night. Benjamin knows the girls like a man in uniform. But when he’s at the nightclub, Ben wants discretion. When a beautiful and curvy younger woman comes to the club to watch the band, Benjamin only has eyes for her. 

Blog writer and introvert, Sarah agrees to take on a writing gig to review an up and coming band. Little does she know, it isn’t the band that makes an impact on her. She falls for the plain-clothes cop, and she falls hard. 

Welcome to San Francisco, home to the Boys In Blue 


I love this town, and I love its people. The trouble with loving and being in love — well that’s a different story. 

I’m a police officer in the Golden City. I’m a person of flesh and blood and needs when I take off the uniform. I know sometimes it intimidates women. Sometimes they’re attracted, but never long enough to have a relationship.
I wasn’t looking for love the night I went to the nightclub downtown to check out the new band. I didn’t intend anything out of the ordinary. 

That’s when I saw her. She wasn’t the typical club girl. She wasn’t interested in finding anyone special. When we met, for the first time in my life, I think San Francisco just got a whole lot more interesting. 


This isn’t my scene. I’m not interested in the hottest new band. 

But a girl has to eat and pay the rent. I’m a freelance writer and I only go to the club that night because the music blog paid for a story. 

I must endure; I must carry on, because I know in my heart things will change.
I’m an introvert, and a realist, and the band isn’t terrible. I need a few words — enough to pay the bills until I hear back about my manuscript. 

I can’t get the feature story on the band. When I knew things were changing, I didn’t expect Benjamin. He’s a little older, he’s incredibly handsome. And for the first time in my life, I’m at a loss for words.  

A steamy and sweet short-story insta-love romance with an older alpha police hero and younger curvy woman with explicit, sensual, promiscuous, uncensored scenes and a happily ever after ending. No cliffhangers. No cheating.  

This is a stand alone book, but I recommend that you listen to them all, so jump into this series now to follow all of the Golden City Boys in Blue.

©2020 Mary Potter (P)2020 Mary Potter

2 reviews for Benjamin

  1. Patricia Reichardt

    There is nothing better than a good love story. This insta-love novella has is just that! Jeremy and Benjamin are off duty at a concert. Sarah is there as a journalist, and when things get out of hand, Benjamin is there to save the day. The sparks fly immediately and the two are inseparable. I will tell you what I truly love about this book. Mary Potter makes curvy woman desirable! I love that Ben is taken with her and that Sarah is a strong, confident woman. This story is sensual, and holds a wonderful message!

    D Paul Faulkner is a new narrator for me and I enjoyed his performance. He has good voices, both male and female and has good pacing. I will be watching for more of his narrations in the future.

  2. Yvonne Cruz

    This is one of those boy meets girl and insta-love. In this case man meets younger woman in a club . One is an extrovert the other an introvert.
    The story of Benjamin and Sarah suffered what usually happens with novellas/short stories. Not enough time to develop either the plot of the characters.
    Still, it was entertaining and the narration was good.
    I was entrusted a copy of this audiobook.
    The opinions expressed are solely my own.

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